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Music I Heard Analysis



Author: Poetry of Conrad Aiken Type: Poetry Views: 492

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Music I heard with you was more than music,And bread I broke with you was more than bread;Now that I am without you, all is desolate;All that was once so beautiful is dead.Your hands once touched this table and this silver,And I have seen your fingers hold this glass.These things do not remember you, beloved,And yet your touch upon them will not pass.For it was in my heart that you moved among them,And blessed them with your hands and with your eyes;And in my heart they will remember always,-They knew you once, O beautiful and wise.






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this poem expresses the lasting effects of love and how they can sty in the things one has touched. Like the silverware and tables as well as glass that is referenced in this poem.. It is an elegy and a good one as well,

| Posted on 2015-07-11 | by a guest


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this poem expresses the lasting effects of love and how they can sty in the things one has touched. Like the silverware and tables as well as glass that is referenced in this poem.. It is an elegy and a good one as well,

| Posted on 2015-07-11 | by a guest


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if you do research on this poet you will see he went through tramatic events in his life. such as his dad killing his mother when he was 11. he could have written this poem to express his emotions on how nothing is as good as it used to be because his parents are no longer in his life.

| Posted on 2009-09-11 | by a guest


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if you do research on this poet you will see he went through tramatic events in his life. such as his dad killing his mother when he was 11. he could have written this poem to express his emotions on how nothing is as good as it used to be because his parents are no longer in his life.

| Posted on 2009-09-11 | by a guest


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The poem examines the abstract idea of hope in the free spirit of a bird. Dickinson uses imagery, metaphor, to help describe why “Hope is the Thing With Feathers.” The poem examines the abstract idea of hope in the free spirit of a bird. Dickinson uses imagery, metaphor, to help describe why “Hope is the Thing With Feathers.” The poem examines the abstract idea of hope in the free spirit of a bird. Dickinson uses imagery, metaphor, to help describe why “Hope is the Thing With Feathers.” The poem examines the abstract idea of hope in the free spirit of a bird. Dickinson uses imagery, metaphor, to help describe why “Hope is the Thing With Feathers.”

| Posted on 2005-04-25 | by Approved Guest




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